http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/11/05/landlords-put-spy-cams-in-young-tenants-uws-pad-suit/ If a rent-free apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan seems too good to be true, that’s because it is. A young student living in New York who got a rent-free deal is suing her landlords for allegedly playing “I spy” with her by installing illegal cameras in the bedroom and bathroom of her apartment. Kadoch and Kadoe entered the apartment on numerous occasions, Kuzmitskaya alleges in the suit. Over the course of roughly six months, the defendants gathered at least 70 videos of her engaging in private acts, according to the suit, which says that the landlords engaged in “intentional infringement on her privacy rights.” The landlords spied on Kuzmitskaya while she was either naked or in her underwear, using the bathroom, engaging in sexual acts and showering. The “high-powered” video cameras were concealed in “unsuspecting devices” in the unit’s bathroom, the suit alleges. The defendants allegedly maintained a live feed of the footage. In 2009, Kadoe was hit with a $4.5 million lawsuit for illegally using a portion of his building as a hotel. Back then, a neighbor alleged Kadoe housed noisy tourists in the building’s garden apartment and created an eyesore for neighbors after he installed a fence in the backyard.